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I am greater than 4 tens and less than 5 tens. Ihave 9 ones. what number am i?

I have two more problems, this is a second grade hw. : It is greater than 43  and less htan 52.  I you add the digits, the sum is 8. It is less than 60 and greater than 55. I f you add the digits, the sum is13.

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I am greater than 4 tens and less than 5 tens. Ihave 9 ones. what number am i?

49 = 40 + 9 ones 44 = greater than 43 that means 40 +4= 8 the total of the digits 58 = number in 50's 50 + 8 =13 the total of teh digits

what number am i

i am a number greater than 40.000 and less than 60.000 my ones digit and my tens digit are the same. my ten-thousands digit is 1 less than 3 times the sum of my ones digit and ten digit. my thousands digit is half my hundreds digit, and the sum of those two digits is 9 the ones and tens have to be 4 or 5. ( it need to greater than 40 and less than 60) (3 * (5 + 5)) = 29 so the tenths is 2, or (2 * (4 + 4)) - 1 = 23 same answer 2 the ten-thousanths number is 2 (i believe the teacher meant that the tenths digit not the ten-thousandths hundredths is 4, 6 or 8 we need to take half so it needs to be even thousandths is 2, 3 or 4 so the number is either 44.263

What digit could be in the ten millions place of a number that is less than 55,000,000 but greater than 25,000,000?

in both numbers you have ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, one-hundered-thousands, millions, and ten millions places so the two digits in the ten millions place are 2 and 5.  Any number between these two numbers would have to have a ten millions digit of 2, 3, 4, or 5.  1 would fall below 25,000,000 and 6 would be above 55,000,000 so 2,3,4 and 5 are the only numbers that will work.

my tens digit is double my ones digit. i am less than 70 and greater than 60. what number am i?

63 is the only number that meets those criteria.

this number is less than 200 and greater than 100. the ones digit is 5 less than 10.the tens digit is 2 more than the ones digit. What is the number?

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Is 3,685 milliliters greater or less than 3.685 liters?

Milli- means "one thousandth" so milliliters or millilitres means " thousandths of a liter or litre". 3,685 ml=3685/1000 liters or litres. This is the same as 3.685 l. So it's neither bigger nor smaller, it's exactly the same! To understand the metric system (based on powers of ten) you just need to know the meaning of words like kilo, which means 1,000, mega, which is a million or 1,000,000, centi, which means a hundredth, micro, which means a millionth, etc. These prefixes tell you what numbers to divide or multiply by, and it's just a question of getting used to them. A dictionary will help!

what number has 5 groups of 10's and less then 9 ones??

Ten ones make a ten:   Ten ten-pillars make ONE HUNDRED: =                  = 10 ones = 10   10 tens  = 100

Denise said that the date was an odd number; Kristell claimed it was greater than 13.

The date (of the month) must be less than 32. We have to take each person in turn as the truth-teller: Denise: odd number date; <13; perfect square; not a perfect cube; >17 (68/4) Kristell: even number; >13; perfect square; not a perfect cube; >17 Wanda: even number<13; not a perfect square; not a perfect cube; >17 Linda: even number<13; perfect square; perfect cube; >17 Anthony: even number<13; perfect square; not a perfect cube; <17 List of perfect squares up to 31: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25 List of perfect cubes up to 31: 1, 8, 27 LOGIC (1), (3), (4) cannot be true, because the number cannot be less than 13 and bigger than 17. (2) cannot be true because the only perfect square bigger than 17 is an odd number 25. (5) must be true. The only even number < 13 to be a perfect square is 4. So the date is 4.

What number that is less than 50 000

ABCDE is the number. E=C+4 (ones digit is 4 more than hundreds digit). A=E-5. B=D=0. So A=C-1. A B C D E 1 0 2 0 6 2 0 3 0 7 3 0 4 0 8 4 0 5 0 9 E is half of what? Is it 12, 14, 16 or 18? This would give one of the numbers 10206, 20307, 30408, 40509. If C is half of E the answer is 30408. If E is half the combined digits AC (ten thousands and hundreds digits) then the answer is 10206.

is one third greater than two third

No one third is smaller than two third. One third is 1/3 and two third is 2/3. Since the denominator (which is 3 in this case) are the same, we will need to look at the numerators (which is 1 and 2 respectivelty in this case). If the denominator are the same for two fractions, the fraction with the larger numerator will be the larger number. Since 2 is greater than 1, in this case, 2/3 is the larger number.   As for the symbols, > means greater than and < means less than.